Romantic Border Crossings


Romantic Border Crossings

CASS, Jeffrey; PEER, Larry (eds.)

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As this diverse group of essays demonstrates, we can now speak of a global Romanticism that encompases emerging critical categories such as Romantic pedagogy, transatlantic studies, and transnationalism, with the result that 'new' works by writers marginalized by class, gender, race, or geography are invited inot the canon at the same time that fresh readings of traditional texts emerge.

Publication Info

  • Publisher: Ashgate
  • Edition: n/a
  • Date Published: 2008
  • Place Published: Aldershot, Hampshire
  • ISBN: 9780754660514


  • Condition: As New
  • Signed: No
  • Dust Jacket: Yes
  • Jacket Condition: As New
  • Details:
    The Nineteenth Century. xii, 225 p. 24 cm. Black cloth hardcover in mylar-covered pictorial dustjacket. Discussion of: heterotropia; Inchbald's A Simple Story; Byron under the Black Flag; Nerval's Voyage en Orient; transgressions of gender and generation in the families of Goethe's Meister; loss and mourning in Gottfried August Burger's Lenore; rethinking the terms of English Jacobinism; the poetry of early psychiatrists; Gothic novels and the borders of history; teaching Orientalism through British romantic drama; Emily Dickinson; Bettine von Arnim; crossing race and ethnicity in Whitman's Leaves of Grass; Anglo-American rivalry and the shaping of U.S. Manifest Destiny; Dickinson's Dying in Drama and Arnim's Liebestod. Indexed. Ask us about the numerous other books we have in The Nineteenth Century series.

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